Friday, October 30, 2020

A series of panels of leading experts will examine key questions:

  • What constitutes data and evidence?
  • How do scientists and society interact with data?
  • How are data and evidence presented and communicated?
  • What can we learn from the anti-vaccination controversy?

Musical performance by Princeton Naumberg and Interdisciplinary Humanities Fellow Bora Yoon.


Stephanie Anglin

Assistant Professor, Psychology
Hobart & William Smith Colleges

David Robert Grimes

Physicist, Cancer Researcher, Science Writer

Daniel Kahneman

Professor, Psychology and Public Affairs
Emeritus, Princeton University

Mike Lemonick

Visiting Lecturer & Journalist
Princeton University

Simon Levin

Professor, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Princeton University

Daniel R. Marlow

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Mala Murthy

Professor, Neuroscience
Princeton University

Ali Nouri

Federation of American Scientists

Katie Peek

Data Visualization Designer

Jen Schwartz

Features Editor
Scientific American

Olga Troyanskaya

Professor, Computer Science
Princeton University

Sam Wang

Professor, Neuroscience
Princeton University